Newspaper: WEXFORD Wexford Independent, Poor House Entries & Deaths, 11 April 1866
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FROM THE WEXFORD INDEPENDENT. 11th April 1866.
Wexford Union.
The usual weekly meeting of the guardians of the Wexford Union was held
on Saturday in the Boardroom of the workhouse.
The minutes of the last meeting were read by the Clerk (Mr.
Prendergast), and signed by the chairman.

PAUPERS ADMITTED DURING THE WEEK.
ARMSTRONG, Ellen, 25, Union.
BARLOW, Walter, 21, Union.
CALL, James, 60, Rathaspeck.
CONNOLLY, David, 55, Wexford.
DEMPSEY, Catherine, 40, Union.
HAMILTON, Mary, 1, Wexford.
HAMILTON, Mary, 26, Wexford.
MAHONEY, James, 56, Kilscoran.
MOORE, Laurence, 52, Wexford.
MORAN, Bess, 30, Wexford.
NEILL, Kat, 15, Wexford.
NOWLAN, John, 15, Wexford.
NOWLAN, Mary, 30, Wexford.
ROCHE, John, 80, Wexford.
ROSSITER, James, 60, Rosslare.
SINNOTT, John, 22, Wexford.
SOMERS, John, 17, Rathaspeck.
WHELAN, Mary, 45, Union.

THE REV. S.C. Elgee reported that he visited the House on Easter Sunday
to perform Divine Service, and on April 6th, he catechised and visited
the hospital.

THE REV. T. CLONEY, C.C.,  reported that on Saturday, March 31st, he
attended the house to hear confessions; on Easter Sunday he celebrated
Mass; on April 2nd, he attended the infirm and examined the children of
both schools in catechism, and on the following day he administered the
last sacraments to the dying.

OUT-DOOR RELIEF.
There had been 55 cases of out-door relief, extending to 73 persons,
amount given, 8.10.0., including the expense of two deaths.

RECORDS OF DEATHS.
April 2nd, James FARRELL, aged 40, belonging to Wexford division, April
4th, John Sinnott, aged 79, same division, and on the same day, Mary
COLEMAN, aged 26, belonging to Wexford.


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